Civil Service United football club assistant coach Elia Kananji has pleaded with two of his former employees, Nyasa Big Bullets and Be Forward Wanderers football clubs to consider giving him money they owe him.
Kananji worked for Wanderers in 2016 and guided the team to win the Calsberg Cup before joining their rival camp Bullets in 2018 where he managed to win the super league and the Calsberg Cup and the two clubs owe him money close to K1.7 millions.
The former Masters Security mentor has revealed that the 2019 TNM super league champions need to pay him two months salary for the 2018 season while the Lali Lubani side owe him five months salary dating way back to 2016.
“I talked with Bullets who owes close to K800 000 and I should commend them for taking an initiative because they are close to clearing the debt. As for Wanderers who owe K900 000, they have told me to sort every thing once the coronavirus pandemic is over. Maybe they have no money now and will rely on the gate collections once the season start,”Kananji said.
Kananji said he was quiet all these years as he respect the two teams who helped him make a name for himself and that he might be needed back at the two based Blantyre clubs in future. He further said the nomads might have failed to settle the debt as they have changed the executive committee a number of times over the years.